Kathy McArthur is a personal injury attorney who has served the greater Macon, Georgia, community for more than three decades. During that time, Kathy has dedicated her legal practice to ensuring injury victims, no matter their backgrounds or ability to pay an attorney, have a voice in the courtroom. Kathy is board certified in civil trial advocacy by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Kathy is also a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Kathy and her legal team have secured over $250 million in recoveries for her clients over the years.
In over three decades of practice, Kathy has witnessed a large change in the legal arena. Due to the internet, many new attorneys are media-savvy and attract new clients through smart websites and clever advertising. Although there is nothing wrong with advertising, Kathy feels as though new lawyers with little trial practice do not always clearly disclose their level of experience (or lack thereof) to potential clients.
Personal injury lawyers in Georgia typically charge the same rate for attorney fees across the board. Because of this, a new attorney with little to no experience in court will cost the same as Kathy. She encourages potential clients to review any lawyer’s history of verdicts and settlements, as well as past client testimonials, before hiring an attorney.
Kathy is a fighter who prides herself on fully investigating every case and preparing for trial in every situation. This preparation then lets the defendants know she’s serious about proving the case in court if a full and fair settlement offer is not made. When the cases go to trial, her record-breaking verdicts are a testament to her litigation skills.It costs potential clients nothing to contact the personal injury attorneys at the McArthur Law Firm for car wrecks, truck crashes, medical malpractice, workers’ compensation, wrongful death and other personal injury claims. There is no obligation to hire the McArthur Law Firm after a free consultation.
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